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TIIK BKK: OMAHA, "XDNKSDAV, FEBRUARY 3, 1015.
BW ArrF.R S COLUMN
TWO P.1.ACK HAWK JACKS 6 anil 9,
years ohl, work wall and are sure. snt
rattle or young work mule, or will take
eeh. W. F. Moore, R. F. 1. No. 1. Mur
ray. Neb. 1
VIOLIN Wanted to trad a violin, val
ued at W.V lor diamond, or what hav
yon? A ild re K. C . Fee.
WHAT will voa trad for a new iteno
type maoM'ne; thin machine haa only
been need S montha and la tn perfect
condition. Will take anything of equal
value, Address S. t K4. car Pea,
WHAT nae rou In furniture or anything
I can uae. for a baaeburner that ooet ti)
and used two winters? t. C. 675, Bee.
Apartmr ta and Flate.
2-Roora Apartments $25.00
2-Room Apartments $30.00
Cholre apartment of two and three
rooms and tath In fina up-to-date build
in with evrry modern apartment house
convenience, Including janitor service,
heat, hot and cold water. Choice lighting
fixture,-oak! In living room. The two
room apartntienta have screened porches
for aumraer; alao press brick fireplaces
with ras loe. Ask to see these. They
are exceptionally fine.
-SCOTT AND HILIi CO..
Iotigla inoe. X MoCague Bid.
Fidelity Storage Co
Ptoraga, movtog, packing and (hipping.
IHh 4 Jackaan Bta. Phone Pouglaa ins.
FOR RENT Vr. brick flat. 1712 Jackson
fct., ftv flna dondltion; modern in every
respect. Rent reasonable.
Phone Doug. '! ill! City Nat. Bit Bid.
6- ROOM Apt., 212 South 26th Ave.; haa
aun parlor, or sleeping porch, nicely
decorated; walking distance; heat, water
and Janitor service. Send for our weekly
HASTINGS & HKTDKN. 1fil4 Haraey St.
7- R. 2119 N. Kth. heat, water and Janitor
service, all for $32.60 winter, IX sum
mer. Pend for our weekly printed list.
HASTINGS a- HHYDKN. 1614 Harney St.
OODEN ANNEX. Council Bluff, -ooml
with kitchenettes steam beat. Phone H
6-ROOM Apt.. 207 . S.th Ave.. practlcall
new, very choice, oak finish, heat, watei
and Janitor eervlco; close in, no car fare.
end for our weekly printed list.
HASTINGS A H BY DEN. 1614 Harney Bt.
-room apartment Call H. 47.
-r., modern flat. g.8 a. 24th. Ui- H. 4711.
FOR RENT Most beautiful, finely fin
ished and up-to-date 3, 4 and 6-room
apartments in clt. Building Juet fin
ished. Flora Apartments. 3661 Jones St.
Board and Rooms.
MODERN furnished rooms and good
family style board. $5 per week. Call
end see about It. g7U Capitol Ave.
FURNISHED JROOAt, heated. 4614 North
Slst Ave. -
SUITE OP TWO ROOMS
With' board in best neighborhood, West
Fan) am Bwtrlct, newly furnished, steam
heat,1 homelike surroundings. Address
A. I TV.; care Bee.
BEMIS PARK All mod. room to re
spectable lady; housekeeping privileges.
Nicely furnlsnad rooms, steam heated.
NICELY, furnished room In private
home; price rcasonaoie. n. iioi.
LA ROE modern room, Hanscom Park
dlttrU-t. W Pacmo tu t. voia.
CAPITOL 2411. clean room, quiet place,
. , i .
MADISON lt and Chicago; steam heat;
HO mo. and up; cafe in connection.
OODKN HOTEL, Council Mluffs. steam
heated gooma, W per .week. Phone
FUR. room in private family close to
town and both repots. D. 8433.
MODERN room for two respectable girls,
employed; .Reasonable, 161 Chicago tit;.,
o zioof' . n .
ROOMS i& cents and up. 1109 Farnam,
La Vema iMi Cap .- front rma. Stem, lit.
.-. FaraUhed- A part meat.
.For Rent In the
New Traverton, ' ' Fireproof
J4TH AND LANDON COURT
Catering to people of refined tastes.
Apartment completely equipped for house
keeping; up-to-date and comfortable.
; Traver Bros.,
Douglas ' 1153. 70S Omaha Nat Bsnk.
Famished 11 oases.
$-ROOM, all modern, walking distance,
very reasonable terms. Doug. 808. '
BEAUTIFULLY furnished 6-room house,
modern in every respect, exceptionally
reasonable to desirable tenant. Ijaroey
3S34. 136 N. 87th St.
Uafara lasted Hotinu.
HI B. UTH. for men, steam heat.
Be Want Ada Procnica Results.
i Faralaaest lloaaek.ee pi as Haosae,
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms; walk
lng distance; steam heated. D. 7102.
m B. ItTH St. Phone D. 7107, I or I hk.
room;' east front; no objection to
North 24th, 4758 Steam-heated fur rooms.
Helele aa aaartaaeais.
CALlfrOsifetA Hotel, lain auu cai:orala,
Weekly rates 12 and up. Douglas 7083.
DOIKia, nu'l'tib- Mutuira twajtooaula
Ilaaaea aad Cvttaajea
ALL alsea, 88 per month up. M7 Paxtoa.
STRICTLY modern 6-room cottage, hot
water heat; close in, walking Uiolanoe,
403 Lincoln Blvd., Ui. Apply W. h.
Dorrance. Docg. 126, or Harney 3151.
a-R. BRICK, part mod., extra good. 8LL
No children. aua b. lth. Red o
lio.uu roonia. 8412 N. 241h. Web. liiT.
7-R. mod, house. 2304 Burdette. H. Uf.
FOR RENT New five-room bungalow,
j 753 No. lth. strictly modern, furnace,
laundry In basement. Permanent tenaut,
rent 85. Phone Webster 81W.
VvALKlNU dlatanse to the city, 8-room
modern hou, iia Dewey Ave.; price,
$30. F. J. Fitzgerald, 8-7 Board of Trade,
D. 4318. -
RENT FREE TO FEBRUARY 15.
14 tioutn 2sth Ave., -r . moderif, $25.
3401 Jackson, t-r., modern, Zt.U).
DuiHint, a-r., partly modern, $10. .
3iilO South 161b, 4-r.. ciatern, $.
:ia Elm. 4-r.. well. s
OREIQH, SONS CO..
Douglas MU. &OS lice Bldg.
6-ROOM stono bungalow..: $30.00
6- room, Cor. lHh and Sahler 6.00
7- room, .fine location...., 80.00
i- room. mod. x. heat 30,00
6-room, never occupied 23. .'4)
6-room. mod., paved street S5.U4
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY.
Douglas aVIS or Walnut 8037, Harney 254a,
i-r..' modern. 71 8. S7th Si. 7-r., modern.
v oi.,iuoa location, web. 90.
Stores, moves, packa alupa; t-hor van
and 8 men. II. per hr.; xorage U tx-r
mo. Satisfaction guar. D. 4S At Ty. t-10.
, FOB BEN1
We have) a oomplet list of all houses,
apartlveoU and flats that are for rant.
This list ran l seen free of charge at
Omaba van Storage Co.. So. Uth St,
811 K. Uth St. Phone U 8V4 or Web. IMA
t-KOOM UftcLJ iuudcr.1 house, 1. ti.
.'41. kt. liar. li.
$-" 6-room and Uuudry, all rood, eiuxpl
furna-. r '7 Cliiiagu. Call II.
lUUS creigh cone t Co.. 1
lloaaee aad totta-a.
per hr ; dray, t meo. per hr. 1718
Wabater. Doug. 14S.
J. C. Reedf
Bip. tvo,, moving.
'acking ft storsa
207 Fa main. D. 614.
ALL MOD. br house. $D. Web. M.
Store nnd Offices.
2 North IRth St.. a dealraMe Ptora
oni for bakery, grocery or restaurant.
, CREIGH. BONIS CO..
Pouglaa aw. M IW Bldr.
Downtown stores. U H. Hilt. S0 Bran. Th.
WANTED TO BUY
GET Kaplan's prlcea for td band turn.,
shoes, clothea. betore aelllng. Web. 7a
OFFICE furniture bought and sold. J.
C Heed. VM1 Farnam. Doug. 6146.
WE BUY ?d-hand clothes. 14JI N. nth.
HluHt.br price for furniture. Web. tel.
ale buy everything Id nand. Tylr 1416.
A PORTABLE or garage gasoline tank.
A ililu- V t' -
FARM RANCH LAND FOR SALIC.
TO SETTLERS ONLY-330-acres for $300;
rich corn, alfalfa and wheat land, no
sand. J. A. Tracy, Ft. Morgan. Colo.
TWO very good stock fsrms for sale
near Council Blufls 429 acres. 6 miles
north, at $70 per acre; 157 acres at $w)
per acre. Day A Hess Co.. Solo Agents,
13 Pearl St., Council Bluffs.
160 ACRES, between Minneapolis and Do
I uth. on the 9oo line, 4 miles from rail
road town; 70 acres under cultivation,
balance wooded pasture and some good
meadow; no waste land; fair set build
ings; near school; land borders on beauti
ful lake; complete set machinery; IX
chickens, plenty of feed, wagon, buggy
and everything on the place goes at In
"-half cash. Schwsb Bros..
Itt8 Plymouth Bldg. Minneapolis'. Minn!
FARM FOR SALE One of the best
loO-acre farms in northwest Missouri
for sale; well Improved, deep black aoll.
well fenced and well watered, close to
phool and . church. Owner, Joseph
Burns. Bogard. Mo.. R. R. No. S. i
For Sale or Trade
. An Unusually
Attractive Offer '
SMI acres in Hooker county, four '
miles from railroad town. Has a
4-room house, born, cattle shed,
well and windmill. One-half of
this ranch good farm land, bal
ance good pasture. Will take
one-half or more In good city pioii
erty. Price $16 per acre.
O'Neil's R. E. & Ins. Agency,
1505 Farnam St.
TELEPHONE TYLER 124
SECTION Kimball Co. a runs. 2101 Paul.
NEBRASKA and Colorado farm land on
Iltteen yeara' time; email payment
flown; 3.000 acres, Lincoln, Deuel and
theyenne counties, Nebraska; $;.&0 to
$2 an acre; also 3,20o acres In Weld
county, Colorado, 36 miles from Denver.
J) an acre. . Unusual opportunity for
small Investor; good farm lands; can be
sold in quarter and half sections; acreage
limited; don't d -lay. The W. F. Shelton
Co., McCague Bldg., Omaha. Neb. - o
Best u-uy and general crop state In the
union; settlers wan tod. Lands for sale at
low prices on easy terms. Ask for book
let No. 84 on Wisconsin Central Land
Grant. Excellent lands for stock raising.
ii imeresiea in rruit lanas tikar book
let on Apple Orchards. .Address Land and
Industrial Department, 8ot Line Railway,
Mm iwnwui, jniHa. .
ABSTRACTS OF TTTLK.
RK.aU Abstraoa Co., oiucst abstract of
flea la Nebraska. m B -ndeis Theater.
IURR Title Uuaranlee ana Aostraot Ca,
a modern abstract oltica. 3u S. lilh St
Phone Douglaa 64s7.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
CITY and farm loans, 6. 64, per cent.
J. H. Dumont & Co.,1603 Farnam, Omaha
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith Si Co., 1320 Farnam.
$luo to IW.vuo maue promptly. k It. Weed,
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam SU.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraaka farms,
O KWK REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Natl. Douglas 2711
64 AND 6 farm loans,
mlck. 637 Paxton Block.
$iuu to Uu.ouo mauu promptly. F. D. Wead,
Weed Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
GARVIN BEOS fcZEBk M.T
SEE u first If you want a farm loan.
United State Trust Co.. Omaha. Neb.
WANTED City loans. Pater Trust Co.
CITY LOANS. C. G. Carlberg.
jiv-oK pruuqini i neater uiag.
CITY property. Large loan a specialty.
W. 11. Thomas. 1C8 Bute Bank Bldg,
MONEY on haud for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City Natl. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
FRONTIER CO. BAKU A IN.
Highly improved farm of iba acraa.
Land ad lay fin and ia excellent sou.
Will exchange for good Omaaa reaideuce,
C. R. COMBS,
$1$ Brandel Theater. Omaha. Nb.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE ;or Colum
bus, O., property, two lots Thorn burg
addition, one lot Burlington addition.
Omaha; all free of Incumbrance. Address
owner, J. A. Hartley, 64 N. High SL,
FARMS, ranches and city property. John
A. Olson, 324 Baird Bldg., Omaha.
160 acrea of land on the Moreau river; 36
acres susceptible of Irrigation; 130 acres
farm land; 10 acres timber; house, lbx30
three trains . outbuildings; all fenced.
Owner must sell and will sacrifice same
at $1,060. Will take second-hand auto
mobile In part payment. F. W. Yoder.
Hoover, B. D.
REAX ESTATE NORTH SIDE
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE
for only $2,400.
Coiner lot, streets paved.
2&j0 Meredith Ave.
W. II. GATES,
647 Omaha Nat l Bk. Bldg. d. 1234.
FOR SALE By owner, 5-room bungalow;
modern li every respect; In first-class
condition; will sell cheap for cash. 181$
6!andemon bt. Tel. Webster 6tlS.
Owner Must Sell
On account of sickness I "must sell my
10-rooiu brick flat; within easy walking
dlsiance. 1 am behind in my pay men la
and am compelled to do something Imme
dtateiy. Call Harney 2646.
$S0 CASH, $20 MO., thito.
6-rm. rood, but heat cottage, half blk,
to car. fine shupe. nicely decorated.
ORANT. Web. 7l or Doug. &JS0.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Gallagher & Nelson
644 Brandel Sldg.
Ui'iil Estate and luuruacu.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Trading- in May Wheat Rapidly De
creating1, m Stock Are low,
BULLS BUYING CORN AND OATS
OMAHA. Feb. I. 116.
Wheat prices have more than doubled
In the last seven months, which la most
unusual. The situation Is resarded as
more bullish now than when wheat price
were about $1 for May. Trading In May
la rapidly decreasing and the market Is
becoming congealed, as stocks are down
to almost t.6"0,0ia bu., snd of contract
to only SOO.ooo bu which Is tot .small,
considering the sle of the trade. The
market has practlcallv tied Itself up.
Farmera continue to dictate pricea and as
most men in the trade regard th eltua
tlon. It Is more of a question of getting
the wheat than or prices.
Many local bulla look profit on rom
on yesterday's bulge around Me for May
and c for July. They say they are wait
ing for a reaction to get In again.
Country and eleventh hour speculators
have been good buyers for several days
and locsl shorts have reduced their lines.
Bears said that present prlr'S discount
all bullish conditions and until foreigners
come In and buy heavllt .they expect a
There are numerous bulls to be found
on oats, who predict that prices will go
much higher and that the country ha
sold its surplus. Mavand Julv are sell
ing at 2Sc spread, against H cent differ
ence last year.
Wheat was 4c lo 6c higher.
Corn was unchanged to 1c higher.
Oats wore unchand to hlg'.ier.
On account of terrible snowstorms be
tween here and Chicago all wires wera
slow and Omaha was unable to get th
primaries or clearances.
At Liverpool corn closed IfiUM higher.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Wheat: No. 3
were reported today
hard winter, 1 car, $1.6i;
No. 8 hard wlnter.il c-.-
1 car. 11.65; 1 car $1.64.
l'i cxrs, $1.65.
Ka A h.M 1 ,
1 car, $1.64. No. 2 durum. 4
cars, $1.66; No. 3 durum. 4 car. 11.54. No.
3 mixed durum, H car, $1.62. Sample,
car. $140. Rye: No. -2, 14 cars. $1.26; No.
3, 1H cars, $1.31. Sample, H car, $1.30.
Barley: Sample. $-6 car, Sc. Corn:" Nj.
! white, ! cars, mVc. No. t white, ;l cars.
76'ic No. i white. 1 car,, 76c. No. 6, 1
car, 76c. No. 4 yellow, 4 cars, 73Vio; 24
cars. 734c. No. 4 yellow, 6 cars. 73o. No.
6 yellow, 1 cer, 7iHc. No. 2 mixed. 1 cer,
731,. No. 8 mixed, 4 cars (near white),
75Sc; 1 car (near white), 75'uc; 10 car
(near white), 75c; 4 cars (near white),
74c; 1 cer 714c; 1 car. 7c; 1 car, 3c;
1 cars, 72-c,No. 4 mixed, 1 car (near
white), 744c; 1 car (near white), 74c; 1
car, 7i:V4c; 3 cars, T&Ac No. 6 mixed, 1
car (near -Mte), 75c; 1 car (near white),
73c; 1 car, 724. Oats: No. 3 white, 1
car, 4c; 13-6 cars, 65'ic No. 4 white,
14 cars, 55c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 3 hard,
$1.64M!'1.R; No. 3 hard, $1.63401.56; No.
4 hard, $1.44411.54; No. 3 spring, $1.6349
1.56; No. 3 durum, $1.6441.55; No. $ du
rum, $1,6341.54. Corn: No. 1 white.
77-4jT7c; No. 3 white, 77ti774c; No. t
white, 764764c; No. 4 White, 761i71c;
No. 5 white. 764'Sl'6c; No. 6 white, 754
76c; No. 1 yellow, 73474c; No. 2 yellow,
TSieWtc;' No. 3 yellow, 73fr734c; No. 4
yellow, 7i,(n73c; No. 6 yellow, 724T2e;
No. 6 yellow, 7;'iS724c; No. 1 mixed, 734
73n; No. 2 mixed, 73tr734c; No. 3 mixed,
724734c: No. 4 mixed. 72r724c; No. t
mixed, 727240; No. 6 mixed, 714fr724o.
Oats: No. 2 white, 60, '(.; standard.
664'fij&5c; No. 3 white, 554f554c; No. 4
whit?, 64865c. Barley: Malting, 772e;
No. 1 feed, 6tjj75c. Rye: No. 2, $1.244
1.2; No. 3, $1.241,25.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featnre of the Trading; aad. Claaina;
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Feb. 2. Every modern high
priced goal for wheat was left behind
todav except three $1. S3 a bushel paid
by Joseph Letter In 1898; $2 exacted dur
ing the B. F. Hutchinson corner of 1888.
and lastly, the American civil war record
when gold was at a big premium and tn
U aluc of a bushel of wheat igas not very
I far from $3. 'v ' "
May wheat here today rose 8c to $1.65
more than double the cost of wheat for
spot cash last July, before the European
hostilities commenced. It simply waa a
question of getting the wheat. Buyer
appeared to regard the subject or price
as merely a detail. Excited purchasing.
which began at the opening bell, reached
Its wildest pitch tn the last few minute
of the session. As a consequence, th
final quotations were the topmost reached
and tli market In the end was virtually
bare of offerings.
Alarm at Liverpool, where a startling
upturn tn prices of wheat resulted from
submarine- attack by German on British
merchant vessela In the Irish sea, waa
what chiefly Influenced trading here. As
sertions, however, by strenuous demand
for export, especially the circumstance
of. 1.000.000 bushels having been taken by
tne Italian government, waa eriectlve In
helping to produce the overwhelming
bullish sentiment that made the market
throughout the day a series of extraordi
nary upward whirls. i
Among- the most surprising; feature of
the wheat trade was the absence of vio
lent reactions. It seemed' In particular
that no speculator wss daring enough to
sell short to any large extent, and notablv
so in tho May option, as the stock of
unsold wheat available in Chicago ele
vators for delivery on pit contracts for
May appeared to have been almost ex
hausted. July became eaaily the leader
in volume of business, though not as to
wide changes In price, the wide gain for
July being 54c
Response by corn to the bulge In wheat
proved relatively small, with the market
closing nervous. 4c to te above last
night. The huge stock on hand here and
REAL. ESTATE SOUTH SIDE
Near Both Depots
This Is a new addition, located on high
ground. There are several 6 and 4-room
houses, already built, which can be sold
on monthly payments. Phone u for a
more complete description.
American Security Co.
Douglas BHI3. or Walnut 3Q87. Harney 2646.
HOT WATER HEAT
7 room, finished la birch, cement base
ment, modern tn every detail, east front
lot, paved street, close to car line, lo
cated near Mth Ave, and Mi son St.
C. G. CAELBERG, ,
312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Eight Per Cent
New double house, pressed brick,
complete. Walking distance. ReutaJ
guaranteed by owner. Walnut 3037.
Bee Want Ad Produce Reaulta.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS- MKiTp
Notice is hereby given that th regular
annual meeting of the stockholders cf the
bout I, Platte Land company will be held
at the Hice of said company at Lincoln.
Nebraska at eleven o'clor k a m. on the
tliiid ceyf March. A I), is 16.
C. H. MOKRIM., president.
A. 11. MIN( Jit. Secretary.
L.molr.. Ncbiaska, February I. 115.
elsewhere kept corn traders In a decidedly
conservative mood. ,)
Oats, like oorn, were heavily traded In,
but a'ao rose only o to 4m ic net. Hedg
ing and realising were plentiful on the
Provisions wera In active demand, de
spite bearish flgurea regarding ware
house stocks. Buying was attributed
mainly to the higher prices for hogs and
A rt I del Open. TlHah. U. I CloseXveiTy,
Wheatl I I
May. 1 ni-
1 6741 1 Co I 1 $74 1 65 1 W'i
July. 1 394l 1 434' 139 143 1374
May. S34' W4 82S-SN WV R-S
July. 864 3641 M4 a4 4S
Msy. Vff4 ?4l 1 1T 61
July. 6ftf4 64 i W4 MS
May. 1! 41 1l sr. 1 40 1 65 14 324
July. 19 K4 22 024 19 70 20 00 19 674
Lard: I I
May. 11 30 11 W I 11 30 11 00 11 271.
July. U 60 I 11 774i 11 474 11 774 11 424
Rl's. I I I
May. 10 474110 60 10 40 . 10 60 10 4S
July. 10 70 10 7741 10 6741 10 774 10
Chicago Cssh Prices Whest : No. 2 red,
ll.5S4til.66: No. 2 hard. $l.W4lt'1.66. Corn:
No. 4 yellow. 7:.4W77c; No. 4 ahlte. 70 4
764c Oats: No. $ white. nitMOc: N-
4 while. b94c. Rye: No. 2, $ 1. 3 vfr
1.3L'. Barley. Nurfnr. seeds: Timothy,
t5.BOSf7.00; plover, $12.WVjH5.00 Provisions:
Pork. $17.0OSfl9.00; lard, $11,274; ribs, $'..374
Bl'TTETt Firm', cresmery. 'J4ffc.
KOOS Higher: recelpN. S.'.'SS enres; t
mark, rases Included 24'1274c; ordinary
firms, 2r27c; flrsu. 274'n'aic.
POTATOrcS-Rcceipts, 10 cgrs; prices
POULTRY Alive, higher; springs, lb4c;
OMAHA GEM En At, MARKET,
PUTTER No. I, X-P. cartons, Oc; No.
t en-lb. tubs. 2c.
Ma. , .
lean Swiss. 28c: block ftwtss. 2Sc: twtna
16c; daisies, 17c; triplets. 17c; Vountf j fi:nday, ,
Americas, "Heblu label brick. 17c; Jim- Receipt and disposition ef live stock
hVT,,yib-: ,Dc''. l"lb "w Yr!t the Union Htock Yards. 8outh Omaha,
white, 18c; Imported French Roiuetort. for twentv-four houra ending at 3 p. m.
TTlRir Trout. lie: laraa crannies laci I '
ssimon. 11c; nauuut,
lie: channel cat
tish. 12c; tnke. lie; pickerel. 10c.
BEEF CUTS-Rlba, No. 1. 174'':, No. 2.
14Sc; No. 3, 114c. Loins, No. 1, lc;
No. 2. 164c; No. 3, 124c- Chucks, No 1,
9c: No. 2. 9c; No 3, 84c. Rounds. No.
1. 124c: No. 2, H4c; "No. 3, 11c. Plates,
No. 1, H4c: No. 2, 6c; No. 3, 74
POULTRY-Brollers. l4c; spring chick
en, llo; hen. JUa; cock, so; duoks,
10c; geese. c; turkeys, 16o pigeon, par
do., too; duck, full feathered, 10c; geese,
full feathered,. $c; squab. No. L $1.W; No,
Market quotation furnished by Qlllnskl
FRUITS Orange: Extra fancy Qlcn
dora homo Eunktat navels, 26s, 230s, $2.63
per box; extra fancy Hunk let, San Juan,
Washington navels, 100s, 126s, lbOs, $2.50;
extra fancy Hunktat. ban Juan, Washing
ton navels, fr-oox lots, X2.40: fancy Csll
fornla Washington navels, 176s, 200s, $2.n0;
fsncy California Washington navels,
&-box lots, $2.40. lemons: Fancy Sunk Int.
30ls, 360s, $4.00; choice Red Ball. $3.60.
Orapefrult: 36s, 64s, 64e, 90s, $2.M). Apples.
Extra fancy White Winter Pearmnlnea,
$2.00; extra fancy White Winter Pear-
mames, )l.7t; extra tancy Washington
Wlnesap, $1.76; extra fancy Spltscnburgs,
$1.60; Oregon Spltsenburgs, $1.; extra
fancy unwrapped Jonathans, si. go: Wash
lnaton fancy and extra fancy Hoovers.
$1.40; fancy Waahlngton Jonathans, 175s.
18Ks, Km, $1 2f; Idaho fancy Urlmes
Oolden, $150; Idaho choice Orlmes OoMen,
11. za; wasningion rancy xrinics uoiaen,
$1.60; Idaho extra fancy Jonathans, $1.50;
extra fancy Black lien Davis, $1.32:;
extra fancy Iflack Twigs, $1.60; extra
fancy Black Twigs, $1.3u; extra fancy
Oanoa, very highly colored, $1.3Ti; extra
fancy Oanoa, very highly colored, $1.26;
fanoy Rome Beauties, $1 50; fancy Rome
Beauties, -6-box lots or more. $1.40; extra
bbls., $4.00 per bbl.; fancy Black Twigs,,
full S-bu. bbls, $4.00: extra fancy Mis
souri Ben Davis, vary highly colored,
$3.26, Orapes: California emperors, $5.50
per 'bbl.; extra fancy Malagas, $6.00.
Pear: Anjou. $2.25 per box; Lawrence,
$3.00; Jersey, $2.26; Bosco, $2.25; Bheldon.
$2.26; F.aatcr, $2.25. Banana: $1.76 to I3.o0
VEGETABLES Cauliflower, $3 00 crate;
cucumbers, $2.25 box; celery, Jumbo, 76c
dos.; leaf lettuce, 40c do, u head lettuce,
$1.00 dos.; onions, yellow, 2a lb.; onions,
red, 2o lb.; onions, white, 2c lb.; onions,
Spanish, $1.50 crate; endive, 85c lb.; arti
chokes, $1.60 dos.; Brussel sprouts, 20o
lb.; cabbage, 2d lb.; red cabbage, 840 lb.;
peppers, 60c basket; tomatoes, $6.00 crate;
onion, shallots. 50c dos.; garlic, Italian,
23o lb.; beets, 60c do.; radishes, 60o do.;
turnips, 60o dos.; spinach, bOo dog.; pars
ley, 60o dos.; bean, $4.60 hamper.
8TRAWBRRRIKH 40o qt.
POTATOES-Colorado Rural, 75o bu.;
Red River Ohio, tOc bu.; Minnesota,
whites, 6R0 bu.
SWEET POTATOES-Kanaaa. $2.75 bbl.
NUTS No. 1 California walnut. 18o
lb.; black walnut. 84 lb.; filberts, 15c
lb.; pecan. 124o lb.; Braslla, U4o lb.;
almond, 20c lb.; 12-12 oa. fig. 860 box;
60-4 o. figs. $2.0o box; augar walnut
date, $1.40 box; Hallow! date. $0 lb.
MIKCKLLANEOUfcV-tihelled popcorn. 4o
lb.; limes, $1.76 box; crackerlack, $3 50
rase; cracknrjack, 4 case, $1.76; checkers,
$3.60 case; checker, 4 case, $1.76. Honey,
13.75 case. Cider: New York $3.50 keg.
Cocoanuts, $3.60 sack, 75o do. Cranber
ries: Late Howes,- $7.00 bbl. Peanuts:
Raw, 7c lb.; roasted, 84c lb.; salted. $1.60
can; Jumbo, raw, sack lota, 6c lb. Mush
rooms, 60c lb.
Kaaaaa City (irals) aad Provlaloas.
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 2. WHEAT Cah.
34U6c higher: No. 2 hard, $1.6441 1. 56;
No. 8, jl.bsi.M; iso. z red, Il.56; No. 3,
CORN Unchanged to lc higher: No. 2
mixed. 77416 7Sc; No. S, 76c; No. I white,
81c; No. 3. 804c
OATS-lo higher; No. 2 white, 69f094c;
No. S mixed, 67tj68c.
Receipt: Wheat. 64 car.
New York (ieueral Market. ..
NEW YORK, Feb. 2.-SUOAR Raw
strong; cenmrugai, .3Bc; molasses, 3.4c
POljLTRV-Allv steady; western
chickens. 164i61c; fowls. 17418c; tur
keys. Italic. Dressed. firm: western
roasting chickens, 17fr21c; fresh fowls, 13M
18c; turkeys, 1422c.
Liverpool Orala Market.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. 2.-WH EAT-Spot,
firm; No. 2 hard winter, 12 M. Future
CORN Spot, firm; American
new, 8; American mixed, old, nominal.
Futurea were strong; February, 7s 74d;
March, 7 8d.
t. I.oals Grata Market.
ST. IX)UI8. Feb. 2. WHEAT Higher;
Msy, $1,604; July. $1.39.
CORN Higher r May. STic; July, $54.0
OATS-Hlgher; May, 604t,c; July, 694o.
1 1 " .
(of fee Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. 2. COFFEE After
a very quiet morn.ng tne market lor
coffee futures weakened under liqulda-
tlon and little trading aelling which may
have been Inspired by the continued free
Braxllian movement and talk of a slightly
easier tone in the cost and freight mat keC
First prices were unchanged to 2 point
lower and the market closed at a net
decllre of 6 to 13 points In the absence
of any Important support. Sales, S.Z0
baga. Closing blda: February, 8 97o;
March, .01c; April, 6.10c; May. 4.19c; June.
4 17c; July, 7.19c; August, 7.36c: Septem
ber, 7.39c; October, 7.46c; November, 7.51c;
December. 7.58c. Spot, irregular; No. j
Hlo. 84i4c; Sai.toa No. 4, 94't10c.
Milreia pricea In the Rio market were 73
rela loa-er, but Rio exchange on London
was 1-16 higher and Santos wag un
changed. HraixUlan port receipts. 75.KO
bags; Jundishy receipts. 44.0OO bags; Rio
cleared 14,0u0 bag tor New York.
Osna Hay Market.
OMAHA. Feb. l.-PRAIRIE HAY
Choice upland, $11 .OOvrll to- No. I, $io.!tfp
11 ; No. 2, $.6iijiO0V; No. 3. $.Orjsoo
choice midland, tin 6t tj 11.00; No. 1, $looti,i
10 W; No. 3, $HXmrn.ij0; No. , $6.0ixr) f. no
choice lowland, $HoO'i.ur: Ho. i,
S.50; No. 2, $700iu00; No. 3. $3.0(a7.U0
Straw: ciioice wneat. oj; choice o.t or
Clioice wneat, oj; choice oat or
bOI.UO. Alfalfa: Choice pea green,
em and Uafy, $13.our 13.60; So 1
3.00-, No. 2. $11.0utru.ut; No 3, jo.op
rye, . 1
Dry Cioad Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. t. DRY OOOD8
Cotton good market were firmer today,
with drills and sheetings sdvanced 4o a
yard. Yarns were steadier. Mens wear
aaa more active. Retailers bought silk
more freely. Jobbers reported a more
Bee Want Ads Produce P.ceu;i.
OMAHA LIEST0CK MARKET
Killing- Cattle Stronger, but Feed
er Lower Than Lact Week
Sheep and Lambi Up.
HOGS FIVE TO TEN HIGHER
SOUTH OMAHA. Keb. 3, 1!I.V
Meeclpts aere: Cattle. Hogs. Pheep.
Official .Mondav ti.l.'K 1J.'.'46 il.W
Kstlmate Tuesday 2,0n) 3.0H0 4.:(
Tmo dav this week.. .813
Paine days last week. .ll.Oc.i
Same da. a weeks aao
Hani davs 3 weeks sgo 14.0'.H
Sme daya 4 week ago 12.211
Sm day last vesr.. J.K
I he roilowing tnhle shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs, and sluep at th Houth
Omaha Live Mtock market lor the year
to-datu, as compared with last year:
litis. isii. Inc.
Cattle p0 4:! 6.r1 $.w4
Iok... 27117 J-a.r.93 10.404
! ecp 40.6tM 2W.7M 6,HU
Tl.o loUoWina table hH the average
price for hogs at the Houth Omaha live
arket for the last few days, wun
191S. II4. 11912.1 1912. 191I.I910.1!W.
41 t 071 I 1AI d 151 7 691 I 3
) $ 14) T 24 6 0t T 7-1 47)
6 744f f 7 26j 041 7 7 441 04
1W 7 Si 1 " 7 M
281 I 6 9o T 09
$ $3 09
t 31 14
S 1 7 71
t S3' S $91
1 21 6 Kl
T ZV 6 94,
6 K 3 OP
6 774! I 071 7 23
6 78V a Kl
$ 96 7 161
Ofv T 26
26 11 2i.r4
5 2 13
13 2 J
17 14 5
76 3! 20
C. N, W., east
C. B. A Q . rsst
C. H. & O.. west
. li. 1. A- P., esst...
Chicago U. W
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morrl & Co.... 2.V0 6.J 34
Swift A Co MM 714 1.6-4
Cudahy Packing Co.... 7JI 915
Armour A Co 450 J.S91 l,7n3
I4ncoln Packing Co.... 6 ,
Fo. Omaha Packing Co. 3
W. H. Vansant Co JM
Benton, Vansant A L.. 107
11(11 & Son 22
F. B. Lewis iM
.1. B. Root A Co 3n
J. H. Bulls 144
Roscnstock Bros 20.',
Werthelmer A Drgen.. 40
H. F. Hamilton 47
Hulltvan Broa 16
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.... H'l
Hoffman 1- ......
Baker, Jones A 8 4
Tanner Broa 33 1
John Harvey 226
Kline 1 ..,
Pat O'Day 11
Other buyer 667 333
Totals 3,837 3.430 4.6i
CATTLE Recelpta wtre very small
this piorr lng, only eighty-two cars being
reported In. As a matter of course tho
meager rn wa the direct effect of Mon
On account of the light receipts there
wni a little better feeling on beer steer
this morning with the reult that pricea
wero strong to possibly 10 higher than
yesterday. Thl mean that Monday's
wealtnes was made up today. The de
mand while fair waa not eepeclally brisk,
uycrs acting very much as If they were
not In need of any very great number of
Cows and heifer showed a little
strength nnd were generally quoted as
around 10c higher than yesterday. Buy
ers for the most part seemed to went
quite a few cattle of that description end
the market was reasonably active, the
offerings changing hands In good season.
Bulls were generally aluady.
There wa no improvement In stocker
and feeders except that today It was
possible to sell them while during the
height of the bllxsard Monday it was very
difficult to move eltner etocker or feeder
tattle at any price. Price did not show
ny Improvement being around 2fto lower
than last week' close and from 35o to a
much a 60c lower thsn early last week.
Quotation on cattl: Oood to cbolo
corn-fed beeve. $H.O"3.25; fair to good
corn-led beeve, fl.Wa9.00; common to
fair corn-fed beeve, $6.6097.60; good to
choice cow. $6.7b6.&0; fair to good cow,
$5. 00416. 60: common to fair cows, $4,004
6.00; good to choice atocker and feeder.
r7.2M7S.3f: fair to good atockar and feed
er. $6.60Q7.2i: common to fair atocker
and feeders. $S.76Q.60; stock heifers, $.&$
ido.W: stock cow, $4 76t.26; stock calves,
$6.0u6.00; veal calves, $7.604j9.7; bulla,
atasa. eta.. lo.(IOjt.7s.
No. A. Pr. No. Ay. Pr.
1 040 I W K 1IIM 1 M
14 10! 6 75 13 1144 It
1 41 1011 4 71 10 114 1 10
26 lira 7 10 11 Ull 7 It
i ne T V so 13M 7 lo
1 i.llW 7 U V 14K 7 M
10 .1111 t li H 1M4 I V
17 1444 7 (A) .
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
41 4 60 Id MI J
4 37 7 9) 9 951 t 40
11 171 T 16
4., M lH ' 2 Ill 4 H
t 440 00 1 110 (XI
16 Ill 4 li 1 110 9 i
11 l:ll 4 73 7 W 4 M
11., 1.17 7 40 1 190 $ 74
. sao 1 00
BTOCixEKS AND FEEDERS.
1 4:i 14 I I1 6 7
n 619 86 14 Kl 9il
to, Ml I 7 WI
14 t4 Ml :i 914 7 U
I II 4 1. ,
HOOS The fact that all road running
Into thl point refused to take shipments
yesterday made today' recelpla very
light, and practically the only nogs that
were on sale were some that arrived too
' 'ata 'ur yeaterOay's market. Shipping
ucniinu waa tjuiri avain viiif iiiuiiiu'h,
Packera' early offers were fully 6tjl0v.
higher than ymterday's average, and,
though seller held on In an effort to
get more money, bids fsiled to Improve,
and when the offerings finally started to
move, It waa on the basis named, that Is.
fully boplOo higher than Monday's general
market, or a big nickel above yesterday's
best time. Movement waa never very
lively, but the very light run was cleaned
up by 10 o'clock.
Today s advance
I Today s advance regain all that ws
,OMt yesterday and current price are
teady to strong, with the close of last
I week. Most 01 toasy s sale were ma e
, at " W' wlth. a "j,,n1'nS. iloW XM
ugure, anu a iui 01 ao.fv. 1 uuajr
age cost la the highest tor over three
werka, although the top of $6.85 has been
psld ssvera tlmce durllng that time.
For the two daya receipts totaled
13.244 head, being alinnat ll.OvO smaller
than last week and 4.04) ahort of a year
ago. Yesterday's heavy supply started
out this week like another record breaker,
but the storm bids fair lo cut the week's
lun down a good deal.
No. Av. h. Pr.
17 til ... 6 I
III lit ... 4 90
li l.l ... ti'i
70 117 ... 124
74 Ill ... 4 4i
M la 4 It
74 IM ... 6 4
40 f 70
0 I 74
atf 4 774
... 4 774
40 4 BO
... 4 40
SHEEP As a result of the bad condi
tion of the roads In the country due to
the recent snow ' storm the receipt of
sheep and lamb dropped off considerably,
there hoing only some 4.6JO bead of ewe
and lamba reported In aa againat 12.643
last Tueaday and 9.147 a year ago. Qual
ity waa pretty much the same as yostsr
day, but no Mexicans were In the receipts.
The bulk of tbe receipts oarae from Iowa
and Nebraska feed lots, including the
Scott's Bluff country, with a sprinkling
from I ad ho. Chicago reported a run of
As wss the case on yesterday's market
tne packers were on hand In good season
and started In filling their order aa If
they really needed so in good kllisr.
Prices on both ewea and lamb were any
where from strong to lOso-lac. higher, and
poaaibly more in oma cases. A load of
Scott's Bluff lamba weighing eighty-three
pounds sold up to $9. 76. Most of the sales
were madp at $vlf'a66. Some Scott's
Vluif t brought to.ij top for the day
and the Mihest price !nte Mar of last
year. There were no wethers or year
lings of consequence Trade had a fslr
d'-ire of activity, with a good clearance.
The receipts for the two days of the
Week o far monnt to 19,692 head, as com
pared with 22.64 last week and 16,569 a
year ago. Und-r the Influence of the,
light supply prices have shown an ad
vance of fully 2tj)30e since the doe of
W'otHtloti on aheep and lamh: t.amhs.
Mexicans, $H.754it.9n; lambs, fed westerns,
$.sna.?6; lambe. fair tn good, $s Ifcng.M;
lamba, shearing, $7.'n9.m: yearling,
l.ght, $: ';. 96; yearlings, heavy, 7.f
7. H0; wethers, good to choice. $4. ClW4.fi:
aethers, fair to good, $6.3ffi4.6T; ewes,
good to choirs, tA Ri-u.!',; ewe, fair to
good. li.t'W.K; ewes, feeding, $l.7r4j.00.
.71 Colorado lamh
2"7 Colorado lamb
74S Idaho lamb ,
473 .xotith Dakota Iambi.,,,,
:'t Colorado yearllnga ,
64 Colorado ewe ,
11 cull ewe
14.", Montana ewea
' Idaho lamli
115 fed Ismbs ,
A v. Pr.
, HO SRI
,79 8 50
,97 8 40
,74 7 96
, 106 15
W 4 13
,. 74 4 60
. Pt 00
,. 96 9 60
. 66 6 76
4'lllt 0 1.1 V 10 UTOt K MARKET
faille Klrsn lloga Higher aee
CH1CAOO. Feb. 2. t- CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,0110 hesd: market firm; native
steers. $5.7.'.(r9.;fi; western. $.".15ti7.60; coa-s
and heifers, $3.1.VH8 10: calves, $.0i"fi 11 1'..
IIOOS Receipts, 10,o0 hesd: market 10
ftlSo higher; bulk, $.9iWI7.O0; tight, $.'.
7.0,'.; mixed, K 75(11'. 10; heavy, $i.&rf7.10;
rt light, $ii.alI4.70; pigs, $6.5tvo4.70.
CHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts. MHO
head: market strong; sheep, t6.l0rrf7.0Q;
yearllnga, r.25a10, lambs, $7.60u910.
Kansas l ltr Live ttock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. 1. CATTLE
Kecelpts, 11.000 head; market alow and
eeak; prime fed steers, $H.n 00; dressed
beef steers, $7.HH S7' western steers,
$7.rtfS..v.; southern steers, $.S.75.li7.25; cows.
$4.boi7.t); heifers, $6.;i047.W; stockers and
feeders. $.OOtf7.8o; bulls. $6.$5tT6.75; calves,
HotlS Receipts, 21.000 head; market 10
4T15o higher; bulk, $6.iit.0; heavy. $IK0
4iii.96; packers and butcher, $6.!jl.90;
light. $6Hi90; pigs, $l.grf6.r.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Kecelpts, 9,000
head; market 101? 30i' higher; lamba, $x..Vi
8 9T,; yearlings, rOOtj7.sO; wethers. $.0fi
6.7"; ears. 6.COm.50; stockers gnd feed
91. I.hala Live Ktock Market.
ST. L41UIS, Mo., Feb. J. CATTLE Re.
celpts, 5,100 hend; market steady; native
beef steers, $7.501t0.2.; rows and heifers,
$6.0041(1.50; Blockers and feeders $.V2&(i7i23;
Trkas and Indian ateera, $5.2'4i3.25: cows
snd heifers, $4.0nf4.00; native calve, $6.00
HOGS Receipts, 20.000 head: market 10c
higher; plga and light. $6.0M!?.05; mixed
nd butchers, $6.75117.00; good heavy, .7o
BHBEP AND LAMBS Rei'elpt s, 1.40)
head: market ateadv: native muttons.
$5.mxn6.60; lamba, $8.25!8.06; yaarllngs, $7.00
Hoax City Live stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia, Feb. 1 CATTLE
Receipts, 200 head; mnrket 10c lower: na
tive steers, $6..1Mi7.30; butchers. $5.00rg4S:
cows and heifers. $4.401i6.s0: canners, $:t.50
4(4.75; stockers and feeders, $3.754.j0;
H0O8 Receipts. 700 head; market 10c.
higher; heavy, $6.60U.R5; mixed, $8.774h
6.N0; light, $6.7.77,,.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt, 100
g. Joseph lire 8to-k Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Feb. 2 CATTLE Re
ce'pta, 2,3110 head. Market steady to 10a
lower; ateera, $7.001iN.75; rows and hetfors,
$4.0ol6.25; calves, $.0rii0.7(.
HOGS Receipts, 8,5t) head. Market
strong t 60 higher; top, $6.85; bulk of
8HHEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 600
head. Market strong; lamba, $80O8.75.
.ew York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. 2. MERCANTILE
PAt'KR !Ht4 rr nt.
STBRLINti KX.CHANOE Weak : lxty
dav bill. $4.8265; for cable. $4,847$; for
SILVER Bar, 4Hc; Mexican dollar,
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
MONEY On call, eay; high. S per
cent; low, per cent; ruling rate, 1
per rent; last loan, 3 per rent; closing
hid, l per cent; offered. at 3 par cent.
Time loans, easy: sixty days, 242S per
cent; ninety days, per cent; six
month. 3'o3'4 Pr cent.
Closing quotation on bonds today were
V. 8. rr. Is. tt.... 99 N. Y. C g. S4.... 9nt,
do eoupoa 49 N. T. atu 4s....l044
V. R. 3s, rag P114 N. T . N. H. H.
in ooupea 1014 er. U 104
V. B. ta. Tt IMS, No. raeifte 4a I4
40 eoupoa nut -no ps wi
Panama Is coupon. .101 1 0. . U tvf. 4.... 94
1 Am. Hmcltm-a to.... JS 'Pao. T. 4 T. as...
. Armour A Co. "M Psnn. MS. 4s. 924
I Aixhiaoa pa. 4s.... "W Rsdln km. 4 H,
nai. a Ohio s. u a b. r. t.
Chan. Ohio 4a
44 So. Pan. cv. is,.
c. u. a u. 1. .
wi o rr.
Mo. Pao. cr. 6s.,,. 41
Quotations furnish br Borna. Brlnkor A Oo.,
444 Omaha National bask building:
Works ni. Aaked.
Ararr A Co pfa u 70
Commonwealth Life lamraaca. ....... 14 90
lr Co. pfd U so
Fairmont Craamsrr 1 par oset pfd.... 100 101
Lincoln Purs Butter 100
On.aha C. B. It. A B at 7
Omaha A C. 0. HI. Kr. pM ,.. 71 77
Htala Bank Stork. Omaha 1.. 170 171
Union mock Yard. Omalia. 94 94
ruOaKf parsing Co. 6s. 1914 94 1004
oampholl. Nab., Mrhool 9a iv
Dundao. Nab., 54a, 1IM.. 1044 107H
King Co.. Waah.. la, lK3f 104 104.99
III. Central H. B. I, lal II 99
ijm Anielea 44a. lti in loo In
Lincoln L., II. A P. ia t II
Iwla Co., V,'ti Bt. la. im...... K14 jot
Omaha K L. P. g Vi 94 M
9t. Jut It., L. A P. Ha. 1VI7 9 4 97 4
Han rranriscs. Cal , la. 1I31-1990.... 94 101
HwKt A Co. la 1944 9414 M
frrlbner. Nab.. Watar 6a, 19M 9 1
Kupartor, Nob., Watar la, 1914..' 91 100
WUblla laloa gtork Tarda to, 1914. . 94 10
Oil and Roala.
NEW YORK. Feb. 2. ROSIN-Qulet.
TURPENTI NE Firm.
SAVANNAH. Feb. 2. TURPENTINFJ
Firm. 414c; salea. none; receipts 109 bbls.;
shipments. 1K2 bbls.: stocks, 35,006 bbla
KOSI M A to 1. firm: K to -WW. rinll-
I sales, 123 bbls.; receipts, 1.646 bbls.; ship
ments, 1.4S3 bbls.; stocks, lf7,27 ht.
Quotations: A. B, C, D. E. F. CI. $1 Oo
H. $3.1": I. $3.15: K. $:i.00; M, $4.26; N, $5.30;
WO. $.70; WW, $5.80.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. 2.-COTTON Spot
flim; good middling, 5.42d; middling. J.iOd;
low middling, 4.67d.
Reports of a more active spot demand
In the south were accompanied by an
advance In cotton belay and the close
was steady at a net gain of 6 to 7 polnTa.
NEW YORK, Feb. 3. METALS Lead
steady, at $3.7603 85; Indon, 14 12 d'
Spelter, firm, at $7.87fc$.!2: London 37-
ST. LOUIS. Keb. 2.-METAl5-I.d
trong, at $3 . Spelter, nominal, at $7.4o!
Wilson Speaks for
WASHINGTON, Feb. : -Presldent Wil
son told Chairman Tillman of the senate
naval committee today he believed con
gress should provide for two battleship
this year and that he disagreed with Mr.
Tillman's contention none should be built
thl yesr, but that four should be con
structed next year on lesson of th
HIDES AND FURS
IIIgheBt prlca paid for Hides,
Wool. Tallow. pUg and Furs.
Writ for priceg and tag.
BEATRICE HIDE CO.,
ONLY $1.00 FOR 15 EQGS
From my bis pura white PlymoWta
Rocks, .by parcel post, prepaid.
.'. W. GlltL.NO, Valparaiso, Xeb.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Shares Consistently Strong
Better Part of Day
BEST PRICES COME LATER
NEW YORk", Feb. 2.-Stock were con
sistently strong for the better part of to
day's session on the exchange, regardlesa
of another spectacular rise In wheat ant
adverse weather conditions, which wera
partly responsible for the relatively light
deallnga. Best pricea were registered In
the later operations, but recessions wera
general toward the end, when It became)
known that tho British government ha$
declared Us Intention to regard all food
stufis shipped to It enemies aa contra
band. There was some early selling of Cana
dian Pacific and other International
(hares, which aeemed lo proceed from
tendon, where our securltle again mani
fested an uncertain tone. Latest develop
ments In the war were reflected In the
uncertain attitude of the British ami
French markets. Selling of gilt-edge se
curities was a feature at both centers,
with little effect, however, on our mar
ket) for foreign exchange. Leas than the
usual number of specialties participated
In today's movement, but among thse
Pears-Roebuck was prominent for a sharp
decline from Its recent rise. Amercan.
Can sold off on publication of Its annual
report allowing a decrease In net earnings.
Local and Interior financial Institutions)
bought moderately of commercial paper,
but the low rate for these contracts la
now on a par with ruling quotation for
time loans on collateral. An Indication of
the widespread ease of money Is found In
the fact that Chicago ia quoting th same,
rate for commercial paper a prevail In
Northern Paclflo wa the only Important
railway system to submit Its statement of
Iecember earnings. It showed a net loaa
of $461,0iio. Numerous minor lines also
showed decreesr In net for the month
with reduced operating expenses.
iiomis were firm, the feature being
American Telephone 44s, which touched
a record figure. Total mles, par value.
were $2,O40,Oi. United State bond were
unchanged on call.
Number of sales and leading- Quotations
on atorks were:
Alaasa Oold 1.40 174 274
AmaliamalM Oortxr .... 7. Us) tit
Anwn-iraa Hoet ttuiar.... 3,n 34 Js
Axorima (an 114.700 t n
Amarimn rt. R 1.404 K U
An.artran n. 11. pia
Am. sugar tunning:....
1.909 110 inaaj
3.1V) U14 1204
Amsrlran T. A T
Italtlmnre A Ohio
ttronklvn t:apld Transit..
Oltrnrnla rVrolaum ....
rhaaseeake A Ohio
Chlraso O. W ,
Chleaio, M. a m. P....
Chlraan N. W
4'nlorailo r'sat A Iron....
olorado a Houtharn
Panvor A Rio Oranria
Panrar H O. pf4.
Orsat Norihara pM
Oraat Northara Ora ctfs
Illinois ontral ...i..
Intarhorouh Mi(.' pf4... I.40O
Inspiration Copper 1,100
Intarvatlonal Harvester.. 900
Kanasa t Hr HVjuUiarD.... :i"0
lhlsh aVMar too
Maxioan Patrolaum 9,100
Miami Copvar 4
Mlaanurl, K. AV T 4"0
Mlraourl Parlftr 2,904
National lad ,. ....
Nararta CfMr an lit, 1:14
Naw York ontral a 904 914
N. T. , IS. H. H
Norfolk A Weatara.
Northern Paclflo l.On 1014 1044 10414
Paoitia Mall H'4
Paoino T.I. Tal.,.. 94
Prnnsrlvanla 9M 1004 10 104
Pullman Pala Car...... in 11.2 4 1M4 1M
Har Con. Cop par l.ano 174 174 174
Raadln 29.400 14T' 144V 1444
oopuniin iron a& nisat... i"s av
Ttork Island Co...,
Rook laland Co, pM...
9t L A H. F. 14 pti.
South rs Railway
In ion Parino . . ! i4"0
Pol on Panlfla pfd loo
Vottsd maiaa Ktaal...... 4.0"0
V. K. Htaal prd.
1'tah Copper ...
1.400 10JL, l3t4
2,100 144 UH
Weatont In Ion 4. aoo M4 g4
Waatlnghmiss Rleetrte .. 20 73 714
Total sales for U gay. 17,999 aharna.
In Imltt'cn Eat U CezpiUtea.
Safe, epeedy and rolUre (Mr) fef
s9t A. a m , .
Siaghsta aa ether kaay 9a an.
Vara all akia disss g at Taraauaa,
Tamaa, Iltphtaarta. ftaaave ail
, vmii, iara soie is
B-r kMiia. Sold br aa(ia. er sm,i k,
rsss, aaanraa paid, wita (all ahraaatans tor
(ia aaa. irn4 (or SaserlMta SI ran la i
nsUarsiws-Wllllaaia esCIrlgikt, 0.
EVERY dollar you carry on
a savings account adds to
your Importance as a cltlien of
this or any other city. Money
in the 'bank means ' money
at work earning; for you
the highest rate of Interest
4; Your deposit is absolute
ly protected by Depositors'
Guarantee Fund, and may be
withdrawn at any time It la
needed. Open your savings ac
x 1 ' '.
24 th and M Streets
H. O. HOHTWICK, President
fill' MAN HICK,. V. lres.
F. It. GETTY, fJaabier.
S ELD OH SEE
t big kne like this, but rotf tort
may liavt i bunch or bnlit on bis
Atilrls Uaeaa Calll. V . "VI .
.,. iuva, DIIIIO( aWltTV Of A laXOslle
will clean it oil without laying- the
hone up. No blisters no balr
KOne. Concentratedanlir a few
drop required at aa application. $2 per
konJa sallrticd. Dasciisa raw rasa tor aaadtt stsuwtiaaa
U Book I K free. ABMJRB1N JR-Taoua
baisMsa IM aasaisd gaavcaa l-alaral SwaUiacs. la.
hired Ciaada. Oam, Waoa. Briuaaa, Varioaas Vena,
Vara-alOaa, 4M Im Allan Pal. frk 1 4 U i
konia at 4ru,,iMa ac alr a. 9,arartar-d aalr ar
Wl.f.irOUNa. f.O. ..lt4Tl it iSihe(CISli,
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